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  1. Minecraft: Java Edition
  2. MC-32733

Game is sending incorrect (additional?) frames to the video buffer.



    • Bug
    • Status: Resolved
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Minecraft 13w39a
    • Minecraft 13w41a
    • Windows 7, DxTory Version: 2.0.120, Minecraft server 13w39a running on the same machine as the Minecraft client.
    • Unconfirmed
    • Survival


      I'm recording an episode of a let's play with DxTory (I'm fairly certain this is not a DxTory bug). Everything seems to work fine while recording, but when reviewing the footage, I am seeing frames in the recording that DxTory cannot possibly be creating, for example, skin files from Minecraft directories, displayed as static images on screen. My assumption is that these frames are being shown too fast for the human eye to see them in normal play mode, but somehow the recording process makes them more obvious. This did not happen with 13w28b.

      What I expected to happen was...:
      Recording with DxTory, expect normal video recording.

      What actually happened was...:
      Getting strange frames recorded, including the flattened skin file for squids, interspersed with the actual game footage.

      Steps to Reproduce:
      1. Start Minecraft, log into my own private server running on the same machine
      2. Start DxTory and start recording. Record for a few minutes.
      3. Review footage.

      I've attached a brief, very compressed clip that shows what I'm talking about. The random frames start at about 16 seconds in.


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              dinnerbone [Mojang] Nathan Adams
              ibid49 Jeremy French
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